Chemistry Syllabus: March 2018
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    March 1
DUE TODAY:
LEARNING TARGET
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IN CLASS: Limiting Reactant demo and calculations from lab and POGIL
TO DO

2
DUE TODAY:
LEARNING TARGET
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IN CLASS: Pathways through LR Calculations
TO DO



5
DUE TODAY:
LEARNING TARGET
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IN CLASS:
Pathways through LR Calculations
TO DO:
6
DUE TODAY:
LEARNING TARGET
: Check-in on LR calculations and review
IN CLASS: Check-in on LR calculations and review
TO DO:

 

7
DUE TODAY:
LEARNING TARGET
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IN CLASS: LR Quiz; Kinetic Theory reading; Diffusion demo and discussion
TO DO:
8
DUE TODAY:
LEARNING TARGET
: Show mathematically that the larger the mass of a gas particle, the ,more slowly it will move.
IN CLASS: Graham's Law and calculations
TO DO: Gas Laws Assignment #2
9
DUE TODAY: Gas Laws Assignment #2
LEARNING TARGET
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IN CLASS: Discussion: The Kinetic Theory assumptions and diffusion, density, fluidity, compressibility, and expansion of gases
TO DO: Gas Laws Assignment #1
12
DUE TODAY: Gas Laws Assignment #2
LEARNING TARGET
: Measure temperature, pressure, and volume of gas in various units. Explain why temperature is measured in Kelvin for gases. Be specific.
IN CLASS: Measurements and conversions
TO DO: Gas Laws Assignment #3
13
DUE TODAY: Gas Laws Assignment #3
LEARNING TARGET
: State Boyle’s Law in words and in equation form. Use Boyle’s Law to solve pressure-volume problems.Describe the graphical relationship of temperature to pressure.
IN CLASS: Investigation/demo of the relationship between pressure and volume of a gas: crushing cans.
TO DO:
Gas Law Assignment #4
14
DUE TODAY: Gas Laws Assignment #4
LEARNING TARGET
: State Boyle’s Law in words and in equation form. Use Boyle’s Law to solve pressure-volume problems and graph the relationship of temperature to pressure.
IN CLASS: Boyle's Law Lab
TO DO: Complete Boyle's Law Lab calculations
15
DUE TODAY: Boyle's Law Lab
LEARNING TARGET
: State Charles’ Law in words and in equation form. Use Charles’ Law to solve temperature-volume problems. Describe a model that could be used to explain Charles’ Law.
Graph the relationship of temperature to volume.
IN CLASS: Kelvin Temperature and absolute zero and how this is related to gas laws
TO DO: Gas Laws assignment #5
16
DUE TODAY: Gas Laws assignment #5
LEARNING TARGET
: State Charles’ Law in words and in equation form. Use Charles’ Law to solve temperature-volume problems. Describe a model that could be used to explain Charles’ Law.Graph the relationship of temperature to volume.
IN CLASS: Charles Law Lab
TO DO: Charles Law Lab Calculations

19
DUE TODAY:
LEARNING TARGET
: State Gay-Lussac’s Law in words and in equation form. Use Gay-Lussac’s Law to solve temperature-pressure problems. Graph the relationship of temperature to pressure. Describe a model that could be used to explain Gay-Lussac’s Law.
IN CLASS: Investigate the relationship of temperature and pressure through graphing.
TO DO
: Gas Laws Assignmeht #7

20
DUE TODAY: Gas Laws Assignmeht #7
LEARNING TARGET
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Define partial pressure. State Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressure. Write an equation for the calculation of partial pressure. Explain why this law istrue no matter what kind of gas particles are present.
IN CLASS: INteractive lecture and problem-solving skills
TO DO:
Gas Laws Assignment #6
24
DUE TODAY: Gas Laws Assignment #6
LEARNING TARGET
: Write an equation that combines the laws of Charles, Boyle, and Gas-Lussac. Use this equation to solve problems involving temperature, pressure, and volume changes.
IN CLASS: Write the equation in a form that is easy to remember. Practice rearranging this equation to solve for any of the variables.
TO DO: Gas Laws Assignment #
25
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26
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26
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27
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28 EARLY DISMISSAL
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29 EASTER BREAK
30 EASTER BREAK

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